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comment How do I make an estimate for my first website?
Parts of it are subjective, like how much a given stress level is worth. Other parts can be quantified. For example, if the going rate for development in your area is $150 / hr and the estimate would give you the equivalent of $100 / hr, you may not be getting what you are worth even if you can strictly live off the income from $100 / hr. Bear in mind that there is a lot of time that goes into work with customers besides the coding. There is a lot of businessey stuff that goes on to maintain relationships and handle finances.
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comment Storing a many-to-many relationship between aggregate roots in a document store
RavenDB's documentation seems to say much the same thing, with a few helps in place to make it less painful: ravendb.net/docs/article-page/3.0/csharp/indexes/querying/…
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comment Storing a many-to-many relationship between aggregate roots in a document store
It seems like most solutions involve modeling the relationships in a manner very similar to the one that would be used in a relational database, viz. creating an array element that holds the related IDs. That is even what you see when you look at Mongo (seanhess.github.io/2012/02/01/mongodb_relational.html) which does have some other tools that can simplify the process (docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/database-references/…).
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comment Storing a many-to-many relationship between aggregate roots in a document store
There is one feeling I can't shake: if you care about relationships, you ought to use a relational database. I have nothing against NoSQL and I am not trying to troll -- relational databases got their name for a reason. They model and enforce relationships. Wouldn't it be easier to model relationships in a tool that explicitly is based upon them than in a system that has little support for that sort of idea?
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